Department of Numbers

COVID-19 Case Statistics by State

The data below show COVID-19 case statistics as of Wednesday August 12 2020. Data is provided by the COVID Tracking Project. Click on a heading to sort or a state name for more testing data as well as historical data.

State Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
US 5,172,216 15,588 53,465 161.1 157,758 475.4 1075.1 3.24
Alabama 104,786 21,371 1,447 295.2 1,882 383.8 26.7 5.45
Alaska 4,655 6,363 67 92.2 27 36.9 0.3 0.39
Arizona 189,443 26,027 1,034 142.1 4,347 597.2 59.3 8.15
Arkansas 51,114 16,937 689 228.2 566 187.6 8.3 2.75
California 586,056 14,832 8,762 221.8 10,648 269.5 135.0 3.42
Colorado 51,441 8,933 435 75.6 1,751 304.1 5.9 1.02
Connecticut 50,706 14,222 69 19.3 4,450 1,248.2 1.9 0.52
Delaware 15,699 16,122 58 59.1 591 606.9 0.6 0.59
DC 12,959 18,362 74 104.5 593 840.2 0.9 1.21
Florida 550,901 25,650 6,880 320.4 8,898 414.3 163.9 7.63
Georgia 226,153 21,300 3,491 328.8 4,456 419.7 67.4 6.35
Hawaii 3,958 2,795 195 137.9 38 26.8 1.6 1.11
Idaho 25,595 14,322 480 268.7 246 137.7 5.1 2.88
Illinois 199,893 15,775 1,734 136.9 7,881 621.9 15.9 1.25
Indiana 76,522 11,367 935 138.9 3,086 458.4 11.3 1.68
Iowa 49,806 15,786 450 142.5 951 301.4 7.4 2.35
Kansas 32,547 11,172 404 138.8 395 135.6 3.9 1.32
Kentucky 36,945 8,269 601 134.4 790 176.8 5.4 1.22
Louisiana 134,304 28,890 1,194 256.9 4,361 938.1 37.9 8.14
Maine 4,070 3,028 11 8.3 126 93.7 0.3 0.21
Maryland 97,384 16,108 708 117.2 3,612 597.5 10.9 1.8
Massachusetts 121,707 17,513 295 42.4 8,751 1,259.2 13.1 1.89
Michigan 98,689 9,882 685 68.6 6,539 654.8 8.7 0.87
Minnesota 62,303 11,047 646 114.6 1,724 305.7 7.7 1.37
Mississippi 69,374 23,310 847 284.6 1,989 668.3 26.4 8.88
Missouri 62,530 10,188 1,030 167.8 1,323 215.6 7.3 1.19
Montana 5,268 4,929 120 112.1 80 74.8 2.1 2.01
Nebraska 29,030 15,007 265 136.8 351 181.4 2.7 1.4
Nevada 58,048 18,846 746 242.1 996 323.4 15.1 4.92
New Hampshire 6,887 5,065 28 20.4 420 308.9 0.3 0.21
New Jersey 185,938 20,934 373 42.0 15,885 1,788.4 6.1 0.69
New Mexico 22,643 10,799 186 88.8 693 330.5 5.0 2.38
New York 422,703 21,729 640 32.9 25,218 1,296.3 5.6 0.29
North Carolina 139,061 13,259 1,396 133.1 2,249 214.4 28.4 2.71
North Dakota 7,970 10,458 130 171.2 104 136.5 1.1 1.5
Ohio 104,248 8,918 1,135 97.1 3,734 319.4 19.7 1.69
Oklahoma 45,398 11,473 691 174.5 627 158.4 6.3 1.59
Oregon 22,022 5,221 292 69.2 375 88.9 5.3 1.25
Pennsylvania 121,130 9,462 774 60.4 7,385 576.9 20.1 1.57
Puerto Rico 24,074 7,538 632 197.8 295 92.4 7.0 2.19
Rhode Island 20,129 19,001 93 87.4 1,018 961.0 0.9 0.81
South Carolina 102,974 20,000 1,072 208.2 2,144 416.4 35.7 6.94
South Dakota 9,815 11,095 92 104.5 147 166.2 1.4 1.61
Tennessee 126,393 18,497 1,756 257.0 1,289 188.6 20.7 3.03
Texas 506,820 17,479 6,705 231.2 9,034 311.6 219.6 7.57
Utah 45,090 14,064 395 123.1 351 109.5 3.4 1.07
Vermont 1,478 2,369 6 9.6 58 93.0 0.1 0.23
Virginia 102,521 12,011 1,067 125.1 2,352 275.6 11.1 1.31
Washington 64,151 8,424 682 89.5 1,716 225.3 13.9 1.82
West Virginia 8,008 4,469 121 67.7 153 85.4 4.1 2.31
Wisconsin 66,654 11,448 792 136.0 1,018 174.8 5.9 1.01
Wyoming 3,086 5,332 23 40.2 29 50.1 0.3 0.49